Cramer: Before you sell, consider this
Jim Cramer | email@example.com
Do I think you should do it? I am cognizant that when the European Central Bank says it will provide liquidity it recognizes that the Cypriot banks will be nationalized almost immediately and will be wound down with tremendous losses to, yes, the ECB. That's the bearish scenario that makes the Fed irrelevant.
I think that the ECB recognized--as did the International Monetary Fund when it came up with this plan--that every penny would come out of the banks when they open and that they have some contingency plan. But if you think they don't have one, don't just stand there, obey the bears and roll out.
I reiterate that I don't like the tape. I reiterate that I don't like that we have seen parabolic moves, and I do worry about Cyprus and the Fed.
But I think that when we look back, it might not be the watershed moment or two that people tell me I should be more fearful of. As stupid as the policy makers in Europe are, can they reach the same conclusions as the bears and act to save the situation and Uncle Ben?
I have trusted him for four years, and I am not backing away now.